Here’s what Jackie H. from Los Angeles, CA had to say after taking my LSAT prep course. I decided to take an LSAT course from Nathan way in advance (5 to 6 months) of my actual exam. The first practice exam I took, I scored in the upper 140s (pretty depressing). Now, I'm scoring in the upper 160s. After months and months of digesting/practicing the various techniques Nathan taught me, things are starting to click and figuring out the right answers are becoming intuitive.
The great thing about Nathan is that he makes the LSAT seem really approachable and thoroughly beatable, which is essential since your view of the exam can hugely determine your final score. I think one of the reasons for my 20 point jump is because I literally see the LSAT as one big game/puzzle I can eventually win w/patience and a lot of practice (kind of like the stupid games I play on my phone for hours). Now, I just look at the questions and scoff at them. I mean, really, can't the testmakers come up w/more creative, difficult questions to throw at me?
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